Nestlé R&D Subsidiary Develops Multiplex Real-Time PCR Method for HT Identification of GMOs | GenomeWeb

Researchers from Nestec, an R&D subsidiary of Nestlé, have developed and validated a multiplex real-time PCR method to simultaneously detect 47 targets to aid in identifying genetically modified organisms.

The assay method, which the company developed primarily for internal use, theoretically enables the screening of about 95 percent of the worldwide known GMOs described in public databases, according to the scientists.

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